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Kyle Sandberg

Best Launch

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I'm going up to Mille Lacs this weekend for a birthday and we want to go on a launch and were wondering what launch is the best one to go to for the prices and their success ratio. Just going to be a coulpe people and looking for one on the west side. Info greatly appreciated.

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I would go out of Eddy's or Twin Pines. I would lean more towards Twin Pines the owner's are so friendly. Make sure you call ahead and check availability for the day you want to go. Their info is under resorts.

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Thanks for the information. We decided to book a the launch with Twin Pines for the sake of it being closer to where we are staying. We got the 7 to 11 night run. Hope the weather and the fish cooperate.

K Dawg

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